|mouser - 2008-05-15 |
A million stars
|Triggerbaby - 2008-05-15 |
More sincere emotion than I'm used to seeing on television.
|oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2008-05-15 |
|AgentOrange - 2008-05-15 |
Too bad he'll never see it.
|fermun - 2008-05-15 |
I bet if Olbermann wasn't a journalist he would write a lot of strongly worded letters.
|takewithfood - 2008-05-15 |
I am sometimes hard on Olbermann for being much more verbose than he is angry because THIS is exactly the kind of special comment I look for. He was genuinely pissed off and said what was on his mind rather than what sounded neat coming off his tongue.
So infinity stars. If I could save up my stars for a whole month I would give them all to this clip.
Yeah, it was nice to see him stutter and fumble a bit. It seemed his passion overtook his professionalism.
I think he REALLY wanted to say shut the fuck up. I think he was about to.
|Simian Pride - 2008-05-15 |
What I wouldn't pay for an Oberman/Bush cage fight
|StanleyPain - 2008-05-15 |
I like Olbermann, but even if you don't, that interview was fucking ridiculous. It is easily one of the most rage inducing things I think I've ever seen Bush do, which is saying a lot.
But the golf thing was just beyond the pale. Even worse than him saying that the War in Iraq and the casualties would just be "comma" in the history books. I mean, Olbermann really hits the nail on the head....just shut up, Bush. You've had your way, you've fucked up the country and the world the way you wanted to, you've won your little power game so you and your morally bankrupt cronies can live in wealth and power...so just shut up already and stop even TRYING to act like you give a shit or are even anywhere NEAR in touch with what's going in the world.
Menudo con queso
I dunno, the fact that "the public" (if those "Yahoo users" weren't actually White House proxies) actually write questions that stupid is almost as dismaying as the response. Societies get the criminals they deserve, and apparently we got ours in the highest offices in the land.
Also, just to be a pedantic schmuck: since de Mello's a Brazilian-Portuguese name, I think it is pronounced "mellow", not "mayo."
I always wonder why the reporters who get this one on one access to Bush don't grow some balls and lambast the fucker. Sure they'll get canned, but someone somewhere would pop a fucking boner and send them a job offer for having some journalistic integrity.
|Repomancer - 2008-05-15 |
Somehow, I don't think Olbermann likes Bush all that well. Call it intuition on my part.
Menudo: you're correct about the pronunciation.
|charmlessman - 2008-05-15 |
I want to hump Keith Olbermann right now. Bask in his glow.
Post coital: would his rewarding you with a grape be condescending or encouraging?
|Camonk - 2008-05-15 |
Keith Olbermann is the best person in the world, and if you don't think so then HI BILLY BUTTSEX, THANKS FOR READING MY COMMENT!
|Xenocide - 2008-05-15 |
I didn't think Bush could piss me off any more, until I read that interview. Keith's rage is universal and cathartic.
|chumbucket - 2008-05-15 |
we have a president? I hadn't noticed
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-05-15 |
I feel like masturbating to the last twenty seconds of this. Is that wrong?
|ChocFullOfFunk - 2008-05-16 |
It's, like, I like Keith Olbermann, and I really, really dislike the president, but, like, there's just one too many ad hominem attacks or other non-logical rhetorical devices in here for me. The way to really show you're better than someone is by not hitting them below the belt a bunch of times.
The way to show you're better than Bush is just not to start a war under false pretenses. That's really all it takes. Anything else you do is less bad.
|RockBolt - 2008-05-16 |
After all of this time it still feels like these last 7+ years have been some bizarre twilight zone episode that people would scoff at for being too stupid and far fetched to even have a lesson at the end of it
|ihounokyaku - 2008-05-18 |
He gives me such a furious liberal boner.
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